K.G.F: Chapter 2 is a 2022 Indian Kannada-language period action film written and directed by Prashanth Neel, and produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the banner Hombale Films. The second instalment of the two-part series is a sequel to the 2018 film K.G.F: Chapter 1.
CAST: Yash, Srinidhi Shetty, Raveena Tandon, Sanjay Dutt in lead roles.
TELUGU SWAG RATING:
TELUGU 360 (Rating: 2.75/5):
KGF2 is good at delivering action sequences, but not up to the mark in storytelling. This film is heavy, over-the- top and focusses nothing else than Heroism elevation. Director has made few extravaganza shots that go well with KGF Fans. An average affair for regular moviegoers, satisfactory for the cult of KGF.
Great Andhra (Rating: 3/5):
The movie lovers who want to watch a loaded action film with style, heavy duty stunts and dialogues, go and watch Prashanth Neel’ KGF : Chapter 2.
Mirchi9 (Rating: 2.75/5):
Overall, KGF: Chapter 2 is a stylishly made sequel high on action and spectacle but is dull in drama and emotions. Weaker villain and conflict further mar the narrative, but the elevations hold it all together. If you like the first part of KGF and understand its weaknesses, the chances are high that you would feel the same about KGF: Chapter 2 and like it. However, if you have extremely high expectations, it will lead to an underwhelming feeling.
123TELUGU (Rating: 3.5/5):
On the whole, KGF 2 is a Paisa Vasool action entertainer that lives up to the hype and hysteria created. Though the first half is slow and the story looks familiar, Yash’s solid screen presence and able supporting cast of Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon only enhance the proceedings. The masses will love the film and KGF 2 will surely break a few records at the box office and is an action drama that should not be missed. Go for it.
Times Of India (Rating: 3.25/5):
Ravi Basrur’s background score is scintillating and brings back his magic from the first part. He gives exactly what each scene requires and amps up Rocky’s buildup scenes to the next level. Retaining a few songs from the first part like Dheera Dheera sort of forms a connection between both the parts and remind us of the things Rocky did earlier. Barring a melodious romantic which has been placed at the wrong point, the rest of the songs fit the narrative properly.